[PD] OSC problem
IOhannes m zmölnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Tue Feb 9 09:31:07 CET 2021
On 2/8/21 11:06 PM, Christof Ressi wrote:
>> Anyway, netreceive print to the console: slipdec: maximum packet
>> length is 65536.
> This error message definitely comes from the [slipdec] object.
i think the important part here is that if you are using UDP for
transmission then you should **not** use [slipdec] at all.
[slipdec] is *only* useful for TCP/IP transmissions.
if you use TCP/IP for transmitting OSC, things are a bit more muddled as
the protocol is not fully defined.
SLIP-encoding was relatively recently introduced and only *recommended*
(as opposed to *enforced*) in the OSC-specifications.
older implementations just added the packet-size to the beginning of
each OSC-message/bundle (which was not very robust).
so if you use TCP/IP, you must know which packet-delimiting you are using.
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